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    An old Charter Arms Undercover .38 special in an Uncle Mikes pocket holster loaded with Federal Nyclad 125 gr. hps.


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    Old grunt! Again, great advice from an NCO. Although I was an LTC when I retired, I didn't have enough time in grade to retire at that grade. My point is, there has never been an officer that had a successful career and got promoted to Major and beyond that didn't get there only because he had good NCO's. I was always greatful that I was in the enlisted ranks before being commissioned. Good NCO's ROCK!
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    Gottabekiddin'...NONE taken...just having fun my brother!
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    Quote Originally Posted by old grunt View Post
    Gottabekiddin'...NONE taken...just having fun my brother!
    Thank you, same here... I would like to extend a sincere thank you to You and all the service men and women who serve this country. You all deserve the utmost respect and appreciation for your service. Hope your having a great week! TC
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    S&W 360PD Airweight .357 in a Mika pocket holster. Replacing a Walther PPK/S .380 in a cheapie IWB holster.

    I really like the .357 due to its lightweight. I may try it in a IWB holster as in some pants it bulges just a bit....

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    I go with the Kel Tec P3AT 75% of the time and the 642 the other 25% when pocket carrying. All depends on the size of the pockets.
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    Taurus 85UL CH, w/38Sp+P Speer Gold Dots in an Unkle Mikes pocket holster; and a Bianchi speed strip.
    Bought pants with bigger pockets. Totally unnoticed... so far.
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    Taurus PT-22, Grendal P-12.
    I know not what this "overkill" means.

    Honing the knives, Cleaning the longguns, Stocking up ammo.

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    Kel-Tec P3AT 380 or my NAA 22 Mag Black Widow...
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    Model 60 and 2 speed strips.

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    Seecamp .380 ACP! Almost as tough to locate for sale as they are to detect concealed.


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    Ruger LCP here, the CZ is a bit heavy for my pocket.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pulicords View Post
    Seecamp .380 ACP! Almost as tough to locate for sale as they are to detect concealed.

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    NEVER had the pleasure of handling or shooting a Seecamp...but have heard only good things! It might be one of 2 small(micro)autos that I'd trust as a BUG. Had a Berretta 22LR that I would put in my back pocket in the summer as an off-duty back prior to us switching to Glocks from K-frame Smith 38's. I called it "my 5 in the face and run off the train"(reference to the NYC subways)gun!!!
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    Kahr PM40 in a pocket holster. Gotta make the BG back up.
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